Apply Now For The MPI 2017 Annual Peacebuilding Training!
Apply now for the Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute (MPI) 18th Annual Peacebuilding Training, with the theme “Making Peace Possible: Building Bridges, Weaving Connections in Communities around the World,” which will be held from May 8-26, 2017, at Mergrande Ocean Resort, Davao City, Philippines.
You may download the MPI 2017 Annual Peacebuilding Training Information Packet for your complete reference. Interested applicants can apply directly online just by clicking the link APPLY ONLINE.
You can also download the Application Form from our website, fill it out, and submit it through email at email@example.com or by post. The deadline for the receipt of regular applications is April 1, 2017.
Two new courses will be offered for MPI 2017: Interreligious Peacebuilding: Approaches for Cooperation, Social Cohesion and Reconciliation; and Human Centered Security: Reimagining Conflict Stakeholder Relationships; and one revised and updated course: Contextualized Approaches in Peace Education (Field-Based Course).
For 17 years now, the Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute (MPI) has successfully conducted its Annual Peacebuilding Training. This three-week intensive peacebuilding training has continued to bring together a wide range of people with experience, knowledge and skills in peace-related work to share and learn in a safe environment where all viewpoints are encouraged and respected. Starting with the first training in 2000, MPI has trained over 1,800 peacebuilders coming from more than 40 countries around the globe, in areas such as conflict transformation, conflict analysis, peace education, religious peacebuilding, and trauma healing. These courses are taught by a distinguished roster of facilitators from Asia-Pacific and other parts of the world.
Join us at the MPI 2017 Annual Peacebuilding Training and let us explore ways we can individually and collectively contribute to making peace possible in our respective communities and beyond!
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